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In this course, students are expected to learn the basics magnetostatics, identify gauss’s law for magnetism. The objective is to present students with basic skills for magnetic force and Understand the basics of magnetic field. Emphasis is placed on the development of visualization, analytical and independent thinking skills through problem solving Differentiate between the magnetic & Electric characteristics. Electric element circuits will also be covered. Identify Biot-Savart's law, Ampere's law, Faradays law and magnetic Induction. Recognize the importance of thermodynamics such as thermodynamic equilibrium, heat transfer and first law of thermodynamics.


This course aims to: 2.1. Provide the skills for modelling engineering applications mathematically using the ordinary differential equations (ODE) and solving them by using different techniques among of them. 2.2 Study of Laplace transform and its application.

Course Description:   

General Chemistry I is a one semester course designed to provide a survey of inorganic and physical chemistry. Topics studied in this course include  Gases, Solutions, Thermochemistry, Electrochemistry and Chemistry of the Environment and green chemistry.


This course reviews the blocks of building systems and information technology,including: hardware, software, networks, employees and applications in the lobar market, the course focuses on open system method which takes into account the requirements and market change, such as globalization and the integration of time and information technology.

The course aims to develop the student's knowledge of the rules of the language. Analysis of linguistic methods to help students to develop the ability to read and understand, exercise in speed reading, exercises to examine the text carefully,using various activities for development of the capacities of listening, speaking and writing through the contact between students, topics  proposed for discussion and exercises by the summary and translation.

The main purposes of the course are: understanding of how to perform low and high frequency analysis of BJT and MOS amplifiers, understanding the working principle of operational amplifiers and power amplifiers, understanding of linear digital Integrated circuits and their applications, and understanding the basics of digital circuits (MOS & BJT)

Welcome to EAE&AT, it is a great opportunity to join our academy not only for building your future by gaining the scientific knowledge, but also to build balanced healthy social relations.

You will spend most of your day among your peers involving in social events, projects and other useful team work based activities.

In EAE&AT we are keen to build your personality regarding all the aspects since in real life scientific competency is not everything. You have to be able to work in a team and to be an active member. Consequently, you will become an active and successful leader.

Nowadays we are living in a world which depends on systems and every piece of information is represented by a signal. Engineers are dealing with systems and signals in all fields. The cutting edge technology is oriented to automation. Systems are controlled to behave autonomously with desired performance.

The importance of this course is to prepare the graduated engineers for what they are going to face in real life and give our students the advantage of getting familiar with modern technologies. 

The main topics of this course are:

  • Obtaining Laplace transforms of different functions and inverse Laplace transforms using partial fractions.
  • Using Matlab for obtaining partial fractions,  Laplace transforms, and inverse Laplace transform.
  • Getting the transfer function of a system described by a differential equation using Laplace Transform, drawing Block diagrams, and block diagrams reduction.
  • Getting the differential equation is of LTI systems, TF from the differential equations and using Simulink to solve differential equations.
  • Demonstrating the transient response of the 1st Order systems to unit impulse, unit step, and unit ramp input signals
  • Understanding the relation between the responses of LTI systems to the three input signals (impulse, unit, ramp) signals.
  • Demonstrating the transient response of the 2nd Order systems to unit impulse, unit step, and unit ramp input signals
  • PID
  • Steady State Error
  • Control system analysis and design using by the root locus method. 
  • Control system analysis and design using by the frequency response method

Number systems and digital waveforms - Basic gates and logic functions with a discussion of the available ICs that represent these gates - Boolean algebra, Boolean expressions and truth tables - Sum of products and product of sum forms. Simplifying expressions - K - maps up to fourth degree - Combinational logic, decoders, encoders, multiplexers, de-multiplexers, magnitude logic comparators -Digital arithmetic, adders, subtractions, Simple arithmetic and logic unit - Basics of sequential circuits - Basic latches and flip - flops. Timing parameters, Counters - Shift registers, Basic PLD architectures - Discussion of the available ICs for each system.

Computer architecture - instructions and data types - data transfer – micro processing – control unit – control unit functions – arithmetic logic unit – instructions execution – memory systems – data and control paths – inputs/outputs – control signals – interrupt signals – programmable peripheral interface – bidirectional connections – programmable devices.

Image display, Line and pattern description, transformation, Constant projection, Descriptive methods for vision analyzing, Features analyzing: Setting, features restoration, discrimination, Bays theorem, Discrimination function and decision surfaces, Assembly application in the image field.

DC Electrical machines, AC Machines, components, operating theory, a
member of finding coils, harmonics, reaction member conclusion and equivalent circuit, regulating voltage,
circuit curve, operating in parallel and synchronous, synchronous motor, test the simultaneous and efficient machines, methods of excitement machines synchronization and organizations effort equations Park Generator mating, induction machines Three phase, the Chamber curve, startup, Cruise



Welcome to EAE&AT, it is a great opportunity to join our academy not only for building your future by gaining the scientific knowledge, but also to build balanced healthy social relations.

You will spend most of your day among your peers involving in social events, projects and other useful team work based activities.

In EAE&AT we are keen to build your personality regarding all the aspects since in real life scientific competency is not everything. You have to be able to work in a team and to be an active member. Consequently, you will become an active and successful leader.

Nowadays we are living in a world which depends on systems and every piece of information is represented by a signal. Engineers are dealing with systems and signals in all fields. The cutting edge technology is oriented to automation. Systems are controlled to behave autonomously with desired performance.

The importance of this course is to prepare the graduated engineers for what they are going to face in real life and give our students the advantage of getting familiar with modern digital technologies.

The main topics of this course are:

  • z transform of elementary functions.
  • The important properties of z transform
  • The inverse z transform.
  • z transform method for solving difference equations.
  • Impulse sampling and data hold
  • Pulse Transfer functions
  • Realization of Digital Controllers
  • Stability analysis of closed loop systems in z plane
  • Transient and steady state response analysis.
  • Root Locus method
  • Frequency response method

 


Thank you for joining MEC232.

This is an interactive course about the basic concepts of Systems Modeling, Simulation and their impact on all the human activities. First, the basic concepts of systems, dynamics, and system representation are introduced. Looking at many examples in Nature and human-made devices, we realize that the dynamic behavior of most systems can be studied by representing the system mathematically, building and running a model to predict the dynamic behavior. How to evaluate the dynamic behavior of a system and measure its performance will provide the tools to design new controlled systems fulfilling some requirements. By considering which are the benefits of the control and the challenges for the future will open the mind to tackle new applications and develop new scenarios from the micro-systems level to the common systems and the whole universe. An overview of the techniques available for a deeper introduction to the subject will be presented at the end.


 This course covers selected topics of  treatment of waste liquids include : sources and characteristics of industrial waste liquid, waste liquid treatment operations ,preliminary and primary treatment, basic of biological treatment , biological treatment processes and miscellaneous operations.  

 This course covers selected topics of  Solid waste management  , including sources and assembly of solid waste, methods of sorting  the waste ,final disposal of solid waste and hazardous waste.

The course aims to study the basic principles and applications of automatic control in the field of chemical engineering

In this course the students will learn the Introduction about chemical kinetics and Rate of reaction definition, Factors affecting on the rate of reaction, Arrhenius Equation and Effect of Temperature on Rate of Reactions, Rate law and first order of  reaction, Half life time, Rate of reaction for reversible first order reaction, Second order of reaction, Third order of reaction

Zero order reaction, N order reactions,Catalytic Reactions and Engineering principles of reactor design. 


In this course students will learn the basics of thermodynamics. It will cover the following topics: concept of internal energy and first law of thermodynamics-concepts of entropy and second law of thermodynamics-the free energy and chemical equilibrium – spontaneous chemical reactions- thermodynamics function and third law of thermodynamics- thermodynamics analysis of chemical reaction –heat engine- Carnot cycle-  thermodynamics tables- refrigeration cycle – heat pump –Rankine cycle – gas turbine cycle  .Emphasis is on learning the importance of thermodynamics in chemical engineering. The laboratory component is designed to reinforce the subject matter learnt in lectures and to help students develop practical skills relevant to thermodynamics


Fundamental chemical concepts in organic chemistry.

Identify the physical and chemical properties of common functional groups. 

Understand the structure and function of carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids, proteins, nucleotides, and nucleic acids.

Organic chemistry I will cover the properties, reactions and mechanisms of alkanes, cycloalkanes, alkyl halides, alcohols, alkenes and alkynes.


This course aims to discuss the sweetening process of natural gas  by removing hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide using ammonia and alkaline salts, it also discuss the dehydration process of gases using adsorption. Removal of sulfur dioxide and recovery of sulfur will be discussed. 

This course is intended to provide a broad overview of polymer science and engineering

The course objectives of the course:

- Present a basic understanding of the structure of polymer including, molecular weight and molecular weight distribution

- Understand the different modes of polymerization, their characteristics, and the difference between them

- Understand other properties related to polymer such as glass transition, melting, dissolution,...etc, and the factors affecting them.


This course aims to know the concepts and the definitions of petrochemicals , the classification of raw materials according to their sources. Unit productions and the synthesis of organic compunds on the bases of the acetylene, butadiene ,propylene and aromatic compounds will be discussed.  An overview of thermal cracking operation and production of plastics, rubbers and fibers will be presented at the end of the course

The aim of this course to study the organic reaction mechanism for the following process; nitration, sulfonation, halogenation and oxidation and production of intermediate organic compounds and also study the mechanism of polymerization in organic industrial process and flowchart and raw material to obtain the final product for the following explosives, sugar, starch, dyes, synthetic fibers and pesticides. 

Course Description: 

This course is an introduction to modern inorganic chemistry. Topics Comparative studies for elements group in periodic table , Halogens, Sulphur group, alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, fourth, fifth groups of periodic table and The transition elements.

 An introduction to the theory and practice of qualitative and quantitative analysis. Topics : gravimetric, Volumetric analysis , Spectroscopy analysis, Atomic  emission, Atomic absorption spectrum and Chromatographic analysis.

 

In this course students will learn the preparation of some industrial inorganic products and the challenges facing their production. It will cover the following topics: cement industry, ceramics industry, Sulfuric acid production , nitric acid production – ammonia production – ammonium nitrate production – hydrochloric acid production- sodium carbonate- urea production – over view about fertilizer types and phosphoric acid production  .Emphasis is on learning the importance of inorganic chemical industry, their economic impact, individual chemical processes and production challenges. The laboratory component is designed to reinforce the subject matter learnt in lectures and to help students develop practical skills relevant to inorganic chemical industry.


The course will give an introductory treatment of the governing laws for heat transfer. The following topics are covered: Steady state heat transfer by conduction, fundamentals and engineering treatment of convection heat transfer, heat transfer with phase change (boiling/condensation), radiation heat transfer , types of heat exchanger and design of shell and tube heat exchangers. Both analytical and numerical solution methods are presented. fouling factor and pressure drop calculations


Electrochemistry deals with the interaction between electrical energy and chemical change.

This course includes; Types of electrolyte solution, electrolytic conductivity, voltaic and electrolytic cells, electromotive force for cells at standard conditions, batteries and fuel cells, electrolysis and its applications, the concept of corrosion phenomena , forms of corrosion and corrosion protection. 

This course aims to establish fundamental knowledge in the area of reaction kinetics for the students in chemical engineering and pharmaceutical engineering. Chemical reactions occur in different phases including the gas phase, in solutions with different solvents, between interfaces including gas-solid and liquid-solid, and other interfaces in solid and liquid states. At the end of this course, students should be able to: (i) interpret and analyse chemical and biochemical reaction kinetics data; (ii) apply reaction kinetics principles in chemical and biochemical reaction engineering; (iii) identify and formulate problems in chemical and biochemical reaction engineering and find appropriate solutions; (iv) specify and size the most common industrial chemical and biochemical reactors to achieve production goals for processes involving homogeneous or heterogeneous reaction systems.

Organic chemistry is the chemistry subdiscipline for the scientific study of structure, properties, and reactions of organic compounds and organic materials. Study of structure determines their chemical composition and formula. Study of properties includes physical and chemical properties, and evaluation of chemical reactivity to understand their behavior. The study of organic reactions includes the chemical synthesis of natural products, drugs, and polymers, and study of individual organic mole

The interdisciplinary field of materials science, also commonly termed materials science and engineering is the design and discovery of new materials, particularly solids. The intellectual origins of materials science stem from the Enlightenment, when researchers began to use analytical thinking from chemistry, physics, and engineering to understand ancient, phenomenological observations in metallurgy and mineralogy


This course aims to discuss surface structure, thermodynamics at surfaces,mechanical properties of surfaces, overview of catalyst include basic concepts, efficiency and effect of pores, self interaction relations and inter-layer interactions of adsorbent materials. Study the relation between interactive and composition, poisoning, activation and inhibition, selectivity, catalytic process engineering which include practical examples, case studies and environmental concepts of green chemistry. 


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